This question about a certain font gets a lot of views (5K at the moment), and answers, although it is essentially unaswerable - because the original font is not a digital font. Which leads to people submitting suggestions, which in turn evokes comments such as "that does not look anything like it", and so on.
I feel the 8 current answers are enough to show there is a variety of interpretations, and, similar to other resource gathering questions, it may best be locked.
Locking a question is an option left to moderators; suggesting to do so does not appear in the regular list of Close Votes, nor in the list of Flags. There is a custom option "this question needs your attention", but I don't feel confident enough to tick that because of the term needs: I'd rather merely suggest looking at this question and its long term usefulness.
Apart from this very action (putting it forward as an example on Meta), is there a regular way to submit questions for locking?